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campaign. >> romney finished third in both southern states. >> mitt romney forced to spend $2 million in mississippi and alabama. >> he said in alabama i'm going to win here. >> tell me what mitt romney needs to say. >> he's got a message problem and narrative problem? the messaging question. >> he's busy talking about cheesy grits and y'all and going around trying to be a regular guy. >> the vast number of the base does not want him. >> if you are the front runner and you come in third you are not much of a front runner. >> if i'm a weak front runner, what does that make newt gingrich. >> what happened to newt gingrich last night? >> newt gingrich vowing to roll on to tampa. >> i emphasize going to tampa. >> newt vowed to take his fight to tampa in he made it clear he is not getting out. >> gingrich is in this thing until the end. >> what state do you think you can win. >> i don't know yet. >> newt gingrich is swimming in a sea of delusion. >> it is hard for us to get inside of the great man's mind. >> newt craves attention as many of us politics do. >> why is this guy in the race. >
a potentially decisive moment in the race to challenge barack obama. mitt romney and rick santorum are locked in a tight battle for the key state of ohio. >> what a great night. there are three states under our belt, and counting. >> we have one in the west, midwest, and the south. we're ready to land across this country. -- win across this country. >> britain's ambassador to damascus says president bashar al-assad could be forced out by the end of the year. it is 11:00 in washington. >> it is 4:00 in london, broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world. >> the biggest died so far in the contest to become the republican candidate to run against barack obama in the u.s. presidential election in november. boats are being cast in 10 states, the -- votes are being cast in 10 states, but the big prize is the state of ohio. exit polls suggest the front- runner in the race, mitt romney, has won three states. rick santorum has also won three. the contest is to be extremely close in ohio. no republican candidate has ever become president without winning there. mitt romney has won the
of being even the southern candidate. but the south pacific makes mitt romney the overall delegate winner, for the night that is. and what about gingrich, he pulled second place in both southern states, but how long can he play second fiddle to santorum as the conservative alternative to romney? is he really going all the way to tampa? >>> also this morning london calling, prime minister cameron already arrived at the white house yesterday but the official arrival for the official visit begins any minute now. we'll have the action from the south lawn live in just minutes. >>> good morning from washington, wednesday, march 14th, 2012, this is the "daily rundo rundown." i'm chuck todd, another wednesday, another postmortem, another perception problem for mitt romney. let's get to the first reads of the morning. in september we said we didn't know how mitt romney gets the nomination and we didn't know how he was going to be denied it. now 27 states have weighed in and on the process of selecting delegates and nothing has changed. rick santorum swept last night's southern primaries and romney
. and tonight they are showing. this mitt romney is winning among voters who say electability and the economy are their top priorities. and more than half of illinois voters tell us the economy is their number one issue. our exit polls show rick santorum is the top choice of, quote, very conservative voters. but when it comes to strong supporters of the tea party, mitt romney has a slight lead. we'll go into the numbers in more detail in just a moment. illinois is the biggest primary prize since florida. 54 delegates up for grabs tonight. but rick santorum is eligible to win but 44 of them. paper work problemsy the again. we are also hearing about trouble with some those ballots. steve brown has the latest on that and more from our exit polls coming up in just a moment. first to carl cammeron. campaign carl in illinois. it really sort of sounds like the expectations game wrapped up in what the two candidates are saying today and they tell a lot of the story. >> when candidates begin to make predictions and talk about the outcome, it's usually a pretty good sign of what they expect. in this ca
rock in new york city. >>> mitt romney says the republican race for president is now a matter of math and that the numbers simply do not add up for his rivals. as of this moment romney leads the republican field with 341 delegates. remember, though, he needs 1,145 to clench the nomination. he's followed by newt gingrich and rick santorum. romney's campaign notes only 4 of the remaining contests are winner take all, meaning it's increasingly difficult for any one candidate to catch up to romney. a memo released by his camp highlights the road ahead for the republican candidates saying the longer they ignore the basic principles of math the only person's odds of winning there are increasing are president obama's. romney needs less than 50% of the remaining delegates to wrap up the nomination compared to rick santorum who needs to win nearly two out of every three from this day forward to become the nominee. one romney aide said it would take, quote, an act of god to prevent romney from winning the nomination. rick santorum refuses to accept the idea that romney is inevitable. >> what wo
increased his favorability by 20 points. mitt romney has to figure out a way to win a campaign positively. >> rose: we conclude this evening with william shatner of ""star trek"" and movie and television fame and now on broadway in a one-man show. >> i go to the door, and it's a little boy. yes. he says are you "captain kirk?" i said, "yeah." ( laughter ) he says, "is this your spaceship?" ( laughter ) and i recognized the thing standing on the-- on-- and this thing on the moon. "yeah." "can i come in and see your spaceship, captain kirk?" "come on in." ( laughter ) take him to the stove. ( laughter ) ( applause ) this is where i guide the spaceship. "oh, ." >> can i make a point at at my age my life might have some meaning and since we ask ourselves in varies ways who am i and what am i doing-- and that's a rhetorical question because there is no answer-- if i present to you some of these fact can you give me an answer? so became this magnificent-- i hope-- obsession of doing this one-man show in such a manner that it would be effective and well received and bring in an audience. >> rose
to find a killer before he strikes again. >>> a big win for mitt romney in the critical state of illinois. so, what does it mean for rick santorum's hope of more delegates? >>> also, an emergency landing in alaska strands passengers there for two days. the travel nightmare we learned about overnight. >>> when you mess with nature, sometimes nature wins. one tree trimmer learned that lesson the hard way. >>> good wednesday morning, everyone. we're tracking a number of breaking stories right now, beginning with mexico. still shaking from that massive earthquake. there have been several, powerful aftershocks. one just hours ago. >> it is rattling nerves here no the border, too. the epicenter of the 7.4 quake was between oaxaca and acapulco. spring break destinations. thousands are americans are there right now, including malia obama, on a school trip. she is okay. >> the quake was felt hundreds of miles away, with office buildings swaying, sending workers intostreets. children clinging to parents. a pedestrian bridge collapsed on to a bus. amazingly, there are reports that only a few people
again, mitt romney is acting like a man cruising to the nomination with clear skies ahead. our political director chuck todd has a look at things on this day after. chuck, good evening. >> good evening, brian. for mitt romney, these primary days must feel like charlie brown and the football. he seems like he's on the verge of the nomination, a football gets yanked away by lucy. in this case lucy is rick santorum. it's math versus momentum. rick santorum hoping his southern sweep tuesday finally gives him a clean shot to be the chief conservative challenger. >> eventually people are going to figure out governor romney isn't going to be the nominee. >> i want to thank you. >> reporter: for mitt romney, tuesday turned out to be southern primary deju vu. he couldn't get 1/3 of the vote in the geographic heart and soul of the gop. his inability to win in the deep south is living a gaping hole in his geographic road map to the nomination. despite losing alabama and mississippi, romney can claim a numeric victory thanks to caucuses held in the middle of the pacific ocean. on hawaii and american
. >>> first, the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. mitt romney and rick santorum heading to wisconsin today, kicking off a final push before tuesday's primary there. some new numbers out this morning show romney with a lead there, according to the latest nbc news/marist poll. mitt romney has 40% support in wisconsin. that puts him seven points ahead of rick santorum. ron paul and newt gingrich way back in the poll. our nbc political team breaks down the numbers at firstread.msnbc.com and we'll have much more coming up on "morning joe." poll numbers aside, the romney campaign also leaning on a series of high-level endorsements to try to lock up this nomination. the latest comes from wisconsin congressman paul ryan, expected to throw his support behind romney today, perhaps even today. ryan, who chairs the house budget committee, often mentioned as a likely vice presidential pick. romney has praised the congressman's budget blueprint, which passed through the house yesterday along party lines. in another key endorsement for romney, former president george h.w. bush
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at a polling site in mobile. mitt romney looking to make a breakthrough with southern voters. newt gingrich in desperate need of another win. >> i think that three years ago we sent to washington a message. i think it is time to send a president to washington who can fix things in this country. >> i want to tell you it is a very, very close. we think we have a good chance to win both states. patti ann: rick santorum meanwhile casting himself as the only true conservative in the race and calling on southern voters that he should be the one competing against mitt romney. >> it is very, very clear where this race is headed if the people of alabama and mississippi are willing to step up for us and say we want this to get to a two-person race. we want this to be a race but we have an opportunity not at a convention. bill: in all 84 delegates on the line in those two states and byron york at his post, chief political correspondent, washington examiner. you've canvased the state. what is your sense in alabama? >> good morning, bill. it is an absolute dead heat. we have polls in alabama showing mit
portion. >> if govern r governor romney thinks that he is the ceo, he doesn't understand what conservatives believe in. we don't want somebody to manage the economy. we want somebody to get him out of the office avenue santorum saying that he is the face of conservativism. >> you know, i think going into puerto rico you would have to give the advantage to mitt romney. he had the endorsement of the governor there. more than that, it was a mitt romney kind of place and then rick santorum went down there that did not help him down there. so i think that we would be surprised if mitt romney did not win in purt roek key. >> og okay. go going into tuesday, by the way, we should have results somewhere in that 4:00 either hour. you'll join us. >> hopefully, yeah. >> hopefully once those polls close at 4:00. so then most candidates might want the result of one race to bett better poise them than he would have in puerto rico. >> well, you know, maybe. listen, this is a fairly sizeable contingent evangelical voters but i think the state is looking better for mitt romney. we look back at
of momentum in the long road to the convention in tampa. wolf blitzer on cnn questioning mitt romney on the campaign trail and a question about a new super pac ad by rick santorum's supporters. here's mitt romney's response. >> well, you know, it's been interesting that facts check has looked at rick santorum's claims over the last several ads and the things that he said and in almost every case it said that santorum's attacks have been baseless and wrong. they gave him four pinocchios or something like that. obviously, we left massachusetts with over $2 trillion rainy day fund and a balanced budget. so i'm afraid his conclusions are exactly wrong. but you know, senator santorum is at the desperate end of his campaign and is trying in some way to boost his prospects and frankly misrepresenting the truth. >> why do you think he's at the desperate end of his campaign? >> well, i mean he's far behind in the delegate count. he's far behind in the popular vote count. if you look at the math of how many delegates that he would have to win to become the nominee it's a very difficult road fo
? "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> mitt romney, rick santorum, and newt gingrich, these guys have a fundamentally different economic philosophy than we do. simply stated, we're about promoting the private sector, they're about protecting the privileged sector. we are for a fair shot and a fair shake. they're about no rules, no risks, and no accountability. >> i want to tell you, the economic theorys of gingrich, santorum and romney, they are bankrupt. if you give any one of these guys the keys to the white house, they will bankrupt the middle class again. >> well, he is kicking butt and taking names, isn't he? >> notice he was wearing a tie. >> well, unlike some other people here on the set of "morning joe." good morning, everyone, it is friday, finally it is friday. i don't know about you guys, i think i might have barely survived the week. it's march 16th. and with us onset as you can see, this is just a disgrace. >> mike, this isn't dress rehearsal, we're on, baby, we're live. >> this is the real deal? >> we had our usual -- >> i'll tell you what, i'll make everyone's life easi
of exactly what happened. >> well, the republican presidential candidates weighing in. mitt romney calling it a tragedy, rick santorum saying that the actions look starkly different to him than those protected by florida stand your ground law. newt gingrich said that zimmerman was clearly overreaching in his neighborhood watch duties. allen west said zimmerman had no authorization to shoot trayvon martin. meantime, the protests go on across this country. in this miami high school, the students marched out and spelled out trayvon martin's officials for all to see. we have breaking news and we have craig sonner, the attorney for mr. zimmerman. first of all, how is your client, george zimmerman, doing? >> well, i think he's doing all right considering, i mean, he's under a considerable bit of stress as a result of all the things that have been transpired in the last few weeks. >> where is george zimmerman now? >> i don't know. my conversations have been on the telephone. i don't -- i don't know his exact location. i believe he's in the area. >> so he's still -- >> i have been in contact with
this about romney? he has won like boardwalk and park place and what are the green ones that are good. pennsylvania -- >> oh, yeah. north carolina? >> these aren't states anyone but on the boardwalk it's some of the good property. >> marvin garpd dens over there? >> ohio, florida, and michigan. >> marvin gardens is the other. >> that's yellow. >> is it yellow? >> arizona is yellow. >> wait a second. what are you calling georgia at this point? like baltic? >> georgia had a lot of delegates. >> but that was home state and -- yeah. he won 54% of the delegates. 54% in the general election would be land slide obviously. >> but, john, if you look what's happened. e we thought is there a situation where he's cleaning up? this doesn't look like anyone got knocked out of the race. >> that's right. no one has gotten knocked out of the race. i think we've known from the beginning mitt romney is the only guy with the infrastructure, the campaign, the credibility to make it to the nomination that. was true at the beginning, it's true now. he is highly likely to be the republican nominee. however,
'm carol costello. stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." mitt romney probably won't be getting any endorsements from russia's president. not after this comment. >> this is to russia. this is without question our number one geopolitical foe. >> the russian president responded to that this morning responding to number one geopolitical foe. was it a cold war in here? news to dmitry medvedev with a new message for mitt romney. >>> high winds drive a fire wild in the rockies. at least one person is dead. several more have lost their homes and danger is on the move. trayvon martin case. deeper the investigation goes, the more complicated it gets. there's only one truth but at least two conflicting witness stories about what happened. >>> not a good time to be in the pink slime business. first the public recoils and then stores stop selling it and plant stops making it. >>> today is the day there could be fireworks at the u.s. supreme court. two years in the making. the key and most controversial part of president obama's health care law put to the test. >>> we begin with
house. mitt romney's breaks free of the pack. benjamin netanyahu is warning iran, saying that u.s.-led diplomatic efforts have failed to stop the country opposing nuclear program and israel will not wait much longer. it's midday in london, 8:00 p.m. in hong kong, 2:00 in the afternoon in syria. the most deadly battle there and now the focus of a diplomatic efforts for a humanitarian operation. a chinese envoy arrived on tuesday followed by if you and representatives later in the week. state television has been showing pictures of the government efforts showing bulldozers moving in to clear up after four weeks of shelling in homs. activists say they are clearing away evidence of atrocities. >> the cleanup operation is underway. syrian state television said things were returning to normal? as the bulldozers moved in to clear rubble left by weeks of bombardment. the international red cross has been prevented since friday from getting in on the grounds that is t dangerouso. o some families have begun returning to the battered district. some fled months ago and others more recently a
rico where nit romney is rallying voters today. it's the second day on the island ahead of the primary there. >> on sunday, please go vote and get your friends to vote. together we'll make sure that we keep america the strongest nation and the earth, the world. romney the lead there with 37% and santorum is second with 31 followed by gingrich and paul, and the illinois primaries tuesday and newt gingrich taking a campaign detour to a zoo in louisiana where gingrich got up close and personal there with one of the elephants. louisiana's primary is march 24th. joining me now national political reporter for "the washington post" amy gardner and msnbc contributor perry bacon, jr. hello to the both of you. nice to see you. >> you, too, alex. >> santorum claims momentum with recent wins in alabama and mississippi while romney claims the lead in the delegate count overall. do you think it can translate to the number of delegates that he needs to challenge romney in tampa? >> i mean, probably not. it seems like it's less of a race about momentum and more about geography and demographics. in a s
for the gop nomination. yesterday santorum crushed romney in kansas. romney returned the favor in wyoming. still advantage romney going into tuesday's big southern primaries. where newt gingrich is making what might be his last stand where romney is again showing surprising strength. i will have the latest polls there in five minutes. plus we are used to high profile ugly celebrity divorces but what's happening between christie brinkley and peter cook is a real roll in the mud. we will have the exclusive with the embattled ex-husband later in the show. crime time in prime time alert. fascination here in new york with a big time busted brothel with the list of johns and arrest of anna christina an alleged madam who is being held on $2 million bail. 2 million is much more than the most abused murderer gets around these parts of the world. why the huge pail? what do we know about her customers? how did she operate in plain sight for so long. we hear from bo deedle. the former madam shared her black book with anna drooins. >> the unassuming building on manhattan's upper east side where soccer
. "washington journal" is next. >> we did it again. >> rick santorum edges out the new gingrich and mitt romney for two victories in alabama and mississippi last night. mitt romney scored a victory in hawaii. good morning on this wednesday, march 14, 2012. president obama official welcomes british prime minister david cameron to the white house this morning if with a 19-gun salutes and an arrival ceremony full of pomp and circumstance. they will hold a joint news conference at noon today followed by a state dinner tonight. we will have that 9:00 a.m. eastern time on c-span 3. we begin with last night's primary. rick santorum leading in two states. but what is next for newt gingrich? dial in on your respective phone lines. also, you can send us an e-mail or a tweet. or post your comments on facebook. let me show you the local papers this morning. santorum sweeps in alabama. and in mississippi, santorum by a hair. the washington times this morning has this to say about last night's primary -- so this morning we want to hear from you about last night's primaries, what you think should be newt ging
and mitt romney each got 29%. in mississippi, santorum eeked out a closer victory with 33%. nbc's tracie potts joins us from washington with more on what this means for newt gingrich and mitt romney. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. despite what the polls were telling us maybe this should have been no surprise rick santorum won both stays because they are packed with evangelical voters, and that's his crowd. >> we did it again. >> reporter: rick santorum won mississippi with a third of the vote and alabama with 35%. speaking from louisiana, where he promised another big win next week, santorum hinted newt gingrich should drop out of the race. >> the time is now for conservatives to pull together. the time is now to make sure, to make sure that we have the best chance to win this election. >> reporter: gingrich came in second in both states and gave no indication he's quitting. instead, he focused on mitt romney's failure to win the conservative southern vote. >> if you're the front-runner, if you're the front-runner and you keep coming in third, you're not much of a
evening in our never ending political season. nbc's peter alexander is with the romney campaign on the trail in schaumburg. peter, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, brian. mitt romney is expected to win here in illinois, a state with a lot of moderate republicans. to give you a sense of the dilemma facing republicans here and across the country in this drawn out republican primary campaign season, consider what with bob michaels, a retired veteran house leader from peoria, told me just this week. he's supporting romney, but he worries he's not a very exciting candidate who can rally republicans behind him. and he may be missing, what he calls that magical spark. romney still has been trying to cast himself this week as the presumptive nominee, focusing his attacks almost exclusively on the president. in fact, just yesterday at a speech at the university of chicago, where president obama taught, he attacked the president 12 times by name in less than 18 minutes. brian? >> peter alexander on the campaign trail tonight. peter, thanks. >>> one issue that's been percola
. >>> and betting big on big city voters. how mitt romney's strategy paid off in illinois. >>> first up, though, let's take a look at how the european stock markets have just opened in the first four or five minutes of trade. we're poised for a third day of steep declines after yesterday and the day before's sessions which saw the markets fall by an equal amount. take a look at the cac 40, that one down to 1.25%, these markets have rebounded just a little bit. they might have started out on a downbeat note, but as you con see at the moment they seem to have rebounded in we focus in in particular on the ftse 100, this will be one of the markets people will be looking at closely throughout the day today, andrew. we knew inflation according to the latest set of figures showed that inflation has started to come down now to about 3.6%. but we've got the budget going on today and all eyes will be firmly fixed on how the chancellor of the uk's finance minister manages to balance the books and stave off a ratings downgrade by people like fitch and moody's that have tabled a number of warnings for this count
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